‘Subway surfer’ kids caught on camera

Three kids took a dangerous joyride in Manhattan by clutching to the back of a subway car and riding it uptown.

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The above photo of the youngsters was captured by an alarmed straphanger from the platform of the 96th Street Station on the Upper West Side.
Sean Futterman, a real-estate broker in Manhattan, said he and other passengers yelled repeatedly for the kids not to attempt the potentially deadly stunt, which he noted was on either a 2 or 3 train, according to WPIX/Channel 11.
But instead of hopping off the back of the car, the kids just laughed and hurled obscenities at the adults.
After seeing the photo, MTA spokesman Kevin Ortiz said simply, “Stupidity knows no bounds.”
“Subway surfing” — which includes riding atop the cars — was a popular stunt among graffiti writers and thrill-seekers in the 1980s.
More than a dozen people have been killed doing it since 1989.

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Note : according to this article ,’ subway surfing ‘ is now labelling the fact of riding car not only on the top or the roof but on the outside . Its still a dangerous activity that can lead to death . 

 

Update :
Spooky SKULL Caught on Camera Below NYC Subway Train as 3 Kids Dangerously Hitch a Ride on the Back !

3 thoughts on “‘Subway surfer’ kids caught on camera

  1. this is mot subway serfing… that would be when thre on top of the train…. poor reporting on your part with that im canneling my email from this site … get it rite dude…. coke one

    1. this is mot subway surfing… that would be when they’re on top of the train…. poor reporting on your part with that im channeling my email from this site … get it right dude…. coke one

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